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The right—and less com­pli­cated—way to do well­ness.

FEEL­ING OVER­WHELMED by the cur­rent on­slaught of self­help books, mind­ful­ness ad­vice, rose-quartz crys­tals and health pod­casts all de­signed to help you feel calm and con­tent? You’re not alone. With so many op­tions com­pet­ing for your lim­ited time and at­ten­tion, it’s not easy to find what works. Add to that the fact that “well­ness” can mean some­thing dif­fer­ent to ev­ery­one and you’re apt to feel more ex­hausted than in­spired. Our take? Make well­ness less com­pli­cated by hon­ing in on four cat­e­gories—mind, body, re­la­tion­ships and mean­ing—and try­ing to find ways to in­cor­po­rate some­thing for each area into your day-to-day. If you can steadily nur­ture these parts of your life, you’re good. How you get there is all you.

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